🥰 Thank you all for attending or your interest in our meetup in April (and apologies for the lateness of the post-event follow-up. A huge thank you to Ciara O’Sullivan sharing her journey using Flask and Python making her interactive game. Game linked below. ⬇️⬇️⬇️
🙌 A special thanks to Mick and Lei for their help co-hosting and moderating Youtube live chat.
🌈 Thanks to our community partners (alphabetical order): PSF (Meetup), PyLadies and Coding Grace (Streamyard) and Inscribe (Raffle Prize). And congrats to Sara for winning the book voucher, happy reading!
(15m) After 2 weeks of learning Python, I began creating my very first Python Project with Code Institute as part of the Diploma in Software Development. This is a command-line interface game based on the classic Mastermind board game. I would love to talk to you about this project and the journey I undertook with Python to complete it.
I decided to learn how to code in September 2021 as it has been something I have wanted to try for a very long time. I fell in love straight away! My background is in Psychology, Teaching, and Art. I have spent almost 20 years as a carer supporting people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. I currently work with adults who have sustained an acquired brain injury and am mainly involved in facilitating their art groups. I have 2 amazing kids, a gentle old soul of a cat, a bossy Jack Russel, and a very supportive partner.
🍿 The video on our youtube channel for this April's talk is at https://youtu.be/AfNTod4hgGM
👾 Want to try out Ciara’s game, here it is: http://mastermind-code-breaker.herokuapp.com/
And the event page itself: https://www.meetup.com/pyladiesdublin/events/284076459